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Unformatted text preview: Mallard EB 2131 Spring RUDE MWF lﬂtﬂﬂ — Hmneworlt: M.L.1 Page 1 of 3’. % Homework: M.L.1 You may submit this. Hemewar}: a total of ID times and receive full credit. :I' Emmulnn‘iejnmnletionﬂslus lndueinr VoltA. mpere Relationship Consider an inductor with inductance. L. where tth} is the current through the Inductor and tht} is the voltage across the
inductor. [The polarity of tht} is chosen eensistnnt with the passive sign ennvenlinnJ Assume.
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slit} 2 I] volts for t 5 C". ith} = ﬂ amperes for t 5 ﬂ‘ and
thijzrt E'ﬂﬁVI—mlzﬂ—F Which [if any] of the following statemean are true ? F The CIJITBIHT. ﬂu'ntigh the inﬂuetm', 5L. will reach some negative. constant value after :1 long time.
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Eiraecuutulatieeeomuleauutatus Capacitor VoltrAmpere Relatlomltlp Consider a capacitor with capacitance. C. where tElt) is the voltage across the capacitor. and icltt is the current through the
capacitor. {The polarin of tic{t} is chosen consistent with the passive sign convention.) Assume .'
ticll} = U '5’. fort 1: il' seconds and edit = l  e'ﬂ trolls for l .1 W”.
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ictt‘t = Etamperes and tacit) =11] volts fort gﬂ‘ and ict't) = El] {Ramparts for tzﬂ'l‘.
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